Citrus Cafe, opened as a collaboration between The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield and the Zest Centre at Upperthorpe, is celebrating its first birthday this month! It’s done well in its first year, but we still don’t think enough people know about it. So, here’s a visual tour of the cafe, showing you just how easy it is to get there!
As you might have seen, earlier this week we held a birthday bash for the 3rd birthday of The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield, and we were so excited to see Lord Mayor Magid of Sheffield attend! We shared a post about the event earlier this week, so if you missed that you can click here.
We’re halfway through 2018, which means The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield is officially three years old! Originally started as a small enterprise to raise awareness of food waste through pop up shops and great cooking, The Real Junk Food Project Sheffield has come a long way in the space of three years. And so it only seemed right to celebrate!
On Saturday 30th June we held our first ‘Saturday Night Social’ evening. It’s the social supper club for people who care what’s on their plate – offering sustainable, responsible food and drink to guests and a chance for our team to show off their skills whilst learning some new ones! Continue reading “All the gossip from Saturday Night Social!”
Citrus Café are having a birthday bash!
In honour of our first birthday, we’re hosting a pay-as-you-feel party at the Citrus Café in the Zest Centre! Why not spend your lunch hours enjoying great food, good company and plenty of cake with us as we celebrate the great year we’ve had so far and start off our second year with a blast?